Colourpop Ultra Blotted Lip in Zuma vs. Glossier Generation G in Like

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Not very similar to the name brand.

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Makeup Maven, Kayla, says: Glossier is $18 for 3 grams and Colourpop is $6 for 3.2 grams. Both are sheer lipsticks that dry down matte. These are buildable formulas. You can use these as a lip stain or an opaque lipstick with more application. These are perfect for someone who wants color but doesn't want their lips to be completely coated. Although both products are marketed the same they are very different formulas. Colourpop is liquid while Glossier is not. Colourpop has a doe foot applicator. Glossier has a potent smell of rose - I wasn't a fan of it, it's very artificial. Glossier in Like is described as a cool pink on their site but it's more of a deep plum color on the lips. It has a very waxy feeling on the lips and left my lips feeling very dry. I didn't care for this formula at all. Colorpop goes on smooth and is a warm nude. It feels a bit powdery and slightly drying on the lips so I put lipgloss over it and I loved it! It lasts for quite a few hours. Overall I do not think Glossier is worth the money. You get much better results and more product for much less money. Choose Colourpop!

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